Randall G. Smith

December 22, 1953March 28, 2021

Randall G. Smith, 67, of LaGrange, GA passed away Sunday, March 28, 2021 at Wellstar West Georgia Medical Center.

Mr. Smith was born December 22, 1953 in LaGrange, GA to the late Katherine Louise Reed Smith. He was a member of St. Peter’s Catholic Church and the Knights of Columbus. Randy worked his entire life as a mechanical contractor and was the owner of Precision Fabrication Resource. He was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed golfing, hunting and fishing. Randy was a strong supporter of the military, law enforcement and a gun enthusiast. He loved his wife, daughters, granddaughters and his dogs. In addition to his mother, he was preceded in death by his father, Bonnie Clyde Adams; and his late spouse, Laura Goode Smith.

Left to cherish his memory are his loving wife of 29 years, Jennifer Paridon Smith; daughters, Lesley (Levi) Leveritt, Lindsey (Linny) Foster, Lauren (Jacob) Hoyt and Lela Katherine Smith; granddaughters, Abigail Clark and Laura Ree Foster; and many other devoted family, friends and employees.

A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held Sunday, April 11, 2021 from 1:00pm until 3:00pm at Nutwood Plantation Winery 1339 Big Springs Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241.

In lieu of flowers, the family respectfully requests donations be made to Building Homes for Heros in memory of Randall G. Smith by visiting

Those wishing to share a condolence or remembrance with the family may do so by visiting

Arrangements are by Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, 1010 Mooty Bridge Road, LaGrange, GA


  • Jennifer Paridon Smith, Loving wife of 29 years
  • Lesley & Levi Leveritt, Daughter & Son-in-law
  • Lindsey & Linny Foster, Daughter & Son-in-law
  • Lauren & Jacob Hoyt, Daughter & Son-in-law
  • Lela Katherine Smith, Daughter
  • Abigail Clark, Granddaughter
  • Laura Ree Foster, Granddaughter
  • Other, Devoted Family & Friends


  • Celebration of Life Gathering

    Sunday, April 11, 2021


Randall G. Smith

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Mandy Kelley

April 11, 2021

Dear Jennifer,
Our prayers are with you and the girls through no doubt one of the hardest times of your lives. Randy was a very special person , he demonstrated how to live life to the fullest. Jackson loved him so dearly because he was like another father and friend to him. He treated Jackson like family and to Jackson ... he was family. He lived a life the way it should be lived, enjoying everyday, loving freely, and making sure those he loved knew it💙. Great Memories are his legacy and the love he shared with those lucky enough to know him.
Sincerest blessings,
Kevin and Mandy Kelley

John Holle

April 10, 2021

Great Friend, Wonderful memories of our times together. Will always be remembered as a gentlemen with a true and genuine smile and love for others. RIP My Brother.

Jim and Betsy Stone

March 30, 2021

Dear Jennifer and family, Jim and I were so shocked to hear of Randy's passing. We have such wonderful memories of the many years Jim and Randy spent at IMW together. Randy was such a good and loving friend to all of our family. We have such great memories of riding horses together when our girls were young. We just wanted to say how much we loved Randy and his mom and aunts. Randy was always so kind and generous to all his friends. We will always cherish the times we shared, especially Jim and the times he shared with Randy. Our love and prayers are with you and your 'girls', all grown ladies now! Love and prayers, Jim and Betsy Stone and Bette Stone Mobley

Brad Jones

March 30, 2021

Randy was one of my favorite people of all time. One of the best I ever had the pleasure to work for. He was in a class by himself. His final post that I saw on Facebook had to do with Old Glory. I made a comment that my flag was flying proudly on a 25 foot pole in my front yard and he said "mine is too." He was proud to be an American and was a great one. I will miss him greatly.

Bobbe Holmes

March 30, 2021

PSALM 34:18
For anyone whose heart hurts as much as mine.

Janice Hamilton

March 30, 2021

Dearest Jennifer and family
Don and I were so devastated upon hearing the news of Randy’s passing. Please know how much we loved and cared about your family. Randy was always so sweet to me and my dogs. When I met Spen and Ranger I knew he was a dog person for sure!
I hope you’ll continue to be our neighbors on the lake. I look over at your house and see Randy all over in every detail, especially the dock. Don and I are always here if you need anything , please don’t hesitate to ask.
I will miss Randy.
Janice and Don Hamilton.

Mark Mike

March 30, 2021

I am so sorry. Randy was a true friend to me. He always wanted to go play golf. He would say call Richard, Me and You. We got 3. There is one thing about Randy, you have the memories that will never be taken away from you. God Bless You I will see you on the back nine

Harold Swann

March 29, 2021

I met Randy when we were young and we played basketball at the CEA building. I got reacquainted when I was with Milliken Valway plant. I left Milliken in 2000 and spent the next 14 years at Johnston Textiles until a stroke ended my career. Randy was the Man I called to move equipment out of Shawmut Finishing plant to Phenix City plant. He was always truthful to me and that is hard to find today. Rest in Peace my friend your race is run. Harold Swann.

Robbie May

March 29, 2021

Rest In Peace Randy. And to the family...May the Lord calm you and give you peace during this sad time.

Bobbe Adams Holmes

March 29, 2021

What a wonderful man our Randy was....full of life, laughter and love, The Bob Adams Family is so grateful to Jen for encouraging Randy to find his biological Dad and to Rossell Adams Beckett for informing our Adams Family of this wonderful cousin. Randy had the same spirit and integrity as his Dad, whom we all loved so much, as well.

I have attached a photograph of the last time we were together Novembr 14, 2019. Talking to him over the last 16 months seems even more valuable and I treasure every laugh and opinion we shared. Heaven got another Angel. WAR EAGLE.